Vol 14, No 2 (2022)

Table of Contents


Contents PDF


The birth of an association: Creating African leaders in health professions education PDF
W Cordier, A Dreyer, L Keiller, D Manning, C N Nyoni, J van Wyk, J E Wolvaardt 42


Riding the waves: Challenges to medical specialty training during the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa PDF
A Bangalee, V Bangalee 43
Ethical dilemmas in projectivised multisite research PDF
R Steyn, U Subramaney, E S Idemudia, J Becker 45


Relational experiences of community members participating in a rural health initiative with interprofessional students PDF
R Botha, A Joubert, H Morgan, M Wilmot 49
Using log diaries to examine the activities of final-year medical students at decentralised training platforms of four South African universities PDF
A Dreyer, L C Rispel 55
How to plan for simulation integration into undergraduate physiotherapy training PDF
A van der Merwe, R Y Barnes, M J Labuschagne 61
Undergraduate medical students’ readiness for online learning at a South African university: Implications for decentralised training PDF
AM Ingratta, SE Mabizela, AZ George, L Green-Thompson 66
A journey through interprofessional education: Students’ perspectives of teamwork in a transforming curriculum PDF
A Hendricks, N Hartman, L Olckers 72
The development of research competence among specialist registrars in South Africa: Challenges and opportunities for research education and capacity development PDF
K Moxley 78
The lived experience of health sciences students’ participation in an interprofessional community-based stroke class PDF
M Kloppers, F Bardien, A Titus, J Bester, G Inglis-Jassiem 83
Postgraduate students’ experiences with learning management systems at a selected nursing education institution in KwaZulu-Natal Province PDF
N G Mtshali, A Harerimana, V N Mdunge, S Z Mthembu 89